Sunday, September 18, 2005


Fool Me Twice ... Won't Get Fooled Again

Rasmussen poll results in the aftermath of Bush's face-saving speech in New Orleans:

Thirty-five percent (35%) of Americans now say that President Bush has done a good or excellent job responding to Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. That's down from 39% before his speech from New Orleans. The latest Rasmussen Reports survey shows that 41% give the President poor marks for handling the crisis, that's up 37% before the speech. ... Following the speech, the President's rating for handling the Katrina crisis fell eight points among Republicans (from 71% good or excellent to 63%).
Betcha, though, they're blaming it on the "Disneyland After Dark" lighting instead of on the bad governing.
And remember, Rasmussen is a GOP pollster. Some of the Democratic ones might show him in the low 30s.
And as soon as he gets below 30 percent, just wait for the nex Terror Alert to hit the airwaves.
Yeah. Even with the press propping him up, Bush is right now stripped down to his core support of religio-racist dingbats. If he starts losing them, all bets are off.
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